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Pontiac Car Pictures - Page 4

The five-passenger Coach Pontiac debuted in 1925 made by the Oakland Automobile Company. The company did not survive, but the Pontiac name did. Pontiac has been able to maintain the original intentions Oakland had for the line. Intended to be a more affordable line, Pontiac is still known for its reasonable prices. Under the direction of General Motors, it is now also known for its sporty performance. Some of its most popular models include the Bonneville and GTO.


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Pontiac Car Pictures
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1979 Pontiac Trans Am Front RIght Side Car Picture
1979 Pontiac
Trans Am
1960 Pontiac Ventura Front left Side Car Picture
1960 Pontiac Ventura
1975 Pontiac Grand Ville Brougham Front RIght Side Car Picture
1975 Pontiac
Grand Ville Brougham
1969 Pontiac Firebird Ram Air Rear Right Side Car Picture
1969 Pontiac Firebird
1969 Pontiac Firebird Ram Air Front Right SIde Car Picture
1969 Pontiac Firebird
2008 Pontiac G6 GXP Front left Side Car Picture
2008 Pontiac G6 GXP
1963 Pontiac Bonneville Front left Side Car Picture
1963 Pontiac Bonneville
1965 Pontiac Acadian Front Right Side Car Picture
1965 Pontiac Acadian
2005 Pontiac Soltice Racer Front left Side Car Picture
2005 Pontiac
Soltice Racer Concept



2006 Pontiac GTO Rear left Side Car Picture
2006 Pontiac GTO
2004 Pontiac Grand Am Front left Side Car Picture
2004 Pontiac
Grand Am
2006 Pontiac Montana Right Side Van Picture
2006 Pontiac Montana
1968 Pontiac Grand Prix Sport Coupe Front Right Side Car Picture
1968 Pontiac
Grand Prix
2008 Pontiac Torrent Front RIght Side Car Picture
2008 Pontiac Torrent
2009 Pontiac Soltice Coupe Front left Side Car Picture
2009 Pontiac
Soltice Coupe.

“Smell no Evil”

Take a whiff, and you may detect your vehicle's problem.

Do you smell burned toast? This odor often signals an electrical short and burning insulation. Have someone come look at your car. Don't drive it anywhere until the problem is diagnosed.

How about the smell of rotten eggs? This usually indicates a problem in the catalytic converter. Get to a repair shop! Pheee-yew!

A thick sharp odor usually means burning oil. Look for the sign of a leak. This problem needs to be addressed immediately if having transportation is important to you. You may also notice a bluish smoke coming from your vehicle. Ask me how I know. Ahh… memories.

The smell of gas after a failed start may mean the engine is flooded. Wait a few minutes and try again. If the odor continues, there may be a leak in the fuel system - a potentially dangerous problem that needs immediate attention.

A chemical odor may mean overheated brakes or clutch. Check the parking brake. Stop and let the brakes cool after repeated hard braking. Light smoke coming from a wheel indicates a stuck brake. Call a tow truck.

Do you notice a sweet odor? This may indicate a coolant leak. Watch your temperature gauge and warning light and drive to a repair shop. Now, if you see steam from under the hood, stop and pull over. If you keep driving an overheated vehicle, your engine will be seriously damaged. Call a tow truck.
2007 Pontiac Torrent Front left Side Car Picture
2007 Pontiac Torrent
2008 Pontiac G5 Front Right Side Car Picture
2008 Pontiac G5
Pontiac GTO Ram Air Car Picture
Pontiac GTO
Front Right 2003 Pontiac G6 Concept Car Picture
2003 Pontiac G6 Concept
Front Right Orange and White 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Car Picture
1955 Pontiac
Star Chief
Front Left Maroon 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix Car Picture
1964 Pontiac
Grand Prix
Front Right 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Car Picture
1955 Pontiac
Star Chief
Front Left 2005 Pontiac GTO Car Picture
2005 Pontiac GTO
Front Left Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Car Picture
Pontiac Firebird
Trans Am

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